You may have the money, the right car and even a girlfriend. But on any given weekend, what stands between you and the club of your choice, is the slightest of a nod from a square-jawed wall of muscle, or what we call a ‘bouncer’.
If you happen to be from Delhi, chances are that the bouncer whose approval you seek, is from the twin urban village of Asola-Fetehpur Beri, near south Delhi’s posh farmhouse belt, Chhatarpur.
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